Certsure named 52nd best firm to work for in the UK


Certsure, which operates the NICEIC and ELECSA brands, has been named one of the nation’s Top 100 companies to work for the fifth year running.

Certsure ranked 52nd in the Times Top 100 list, up an impressive 27 places on last year’s position of 79.
CEO Emma Clancy commented: “I am delighted that Certsure has once again been named one of the Top 100 companies in the UK and over the moon at being named the 52nd best company in the UK.
 “This is a tremendous achievement and recognition of all the great work we have accomplished over the last 12 months.
“We have improved on the services we offer to our customers and established an environment that gives talented staff the platform to succeed.”
Certsure employs more than 300 people nationally  including 120 staff at its headquarters in Dunstable. It also has offices in Mansfield and Chesterfield and a field team who carry out assessments throughout the UK. Last year Certsure staff raised more than £15 000 for MacMillan Cancer Support
“The best companies process is about creating a culture of achievement that makes people want to work for Certsure,” added Emma.
“I am confident we have that and I am, personally, extremely proud of everything we do here. It is only through our staff that we can achieve such great results and I thank them all for their hard work and dedication.”
The Times Top 100 list is based on employee feedback across eight factors of working life including leadership, wellbeing, personal growth and fair deal.
Certsure was praised by judges for its attitude towards staff wellbeing with 72% of workers saying work commitments did not get in the way of a successful work/life balance. The leadership and management of the company also scored highly.

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